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    part of work

    I wrote to my manager to ask for some leave off work, and suggest how to cover my work during my absence. In the following sentence, is 'part of work' necessary? Is 'Considering my work' better? And which is right, 'Considering the work in / for my part'? Please give me some advice. Thank you.
    Considering my part of work, I have asked Lily to help me .

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    Re: part of work

    It doesn't work for me. Why don't you just say that Lily will cover for you while you're away?

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